Previously for BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE, OFF WEST END AWARDS, Stacha consistently produces excellent reviews:
Stacha Hicks gives a particularly powerful performance as the newly widowed but still delightfully stoical Pauline
Theatre Things, 2019
Delightful turn from Stacha Hicks
London Theatre, 2019
Beautiful playing by Stacha Hicks, cheeky, off beat and vulnerable, she is truly effecting.
Film UK, 2014
Seriously funny comedy, brilliant writing fabulous cast. Stacha Hicks's impersonation of the Queen chillaxing is a side splitting moment,
The Stage - 2012
Excellent playing from all the cast. There's a very sensitive performance from Stacha Hicks as Sally, who can't quite cope with what she has got herself into.
British Theatre Guide - 2010
"in particular the relationship of a personal tutor with her disillusioned teenage student. Intelligently played by Georgia Winters and Stacha Hicks, this unconventional relationship is grippingly charged."
"And watch out for the comedy Little Miss Sunshine moment as Cinderella (Stacha Hicks) rocks out to Prince's Purple Rain - pure comedy genius."
The Guardian 2009
Hicks has a quality of immediacy and freshness that instinctively engages us on many levels. Her comic physicality marks her out as a very special performer and although it's difficult to chose her best moments, being so many in this role, her rendition of the Tango dance with Buttons the 'magic mouse' is a laugh-out-loud highlight.
Half of one of the most endearing double acts this season, in school uniform and broad London accent Hicks has a scruffy charm far removed from the little Miss Perfects of Pantoland.
Haringay Press 2009
Stacha Hicks, arguably the linchpin in the piece, puts in a heart-wrenching performance as the photographer desperately trying to understand her own feelings.
THE STAGE 2008
Stacha Hicks is excellent as an awkward northern Cinderella. Funny and touching, she is a lovely casting.
THE STAGE 2006
'Darren Tunstall's cast has some strong performances: Stacha Hicks in particular brings a nicely understated air of both sexual and spiritual desperation to the role of Ailish'
TIME OUT 2005
'Also outstanding is Stacha Hicks who adds layers of complexity to the role'
WHATS ON 2005
The fretful Ailish's (played with great assurance by Stacha Hicks) simple radiance contrasts well with some of the course dialouge making it more shocking'
THE SPECTATOR 2005